GAME OF THE WEEK
Missouri at Ole Miss, 7:45 pm ET, ESPN
Mizzou can't clinch the East division with a win here, but it can lose it with a loss. For Ole Miss, a victory would be the team's fourth in conference and ensure that its conference record has improved over last year's.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Mississippi State at Arkansas, 12:21 pm ET, SEC Network
Plenty is one the line here with this one. It's Arkansas's last, best chance at picking up a conference win, and this is a must-win for MSU's fading bowl hopes. This shouldn't be one of those JP Sports games where both teams look asleep and listless.
Coastal Carolina at South Carolina, 1:00 pm ET, PPV/ESPN3
This has all the makings of an uncomfortably close game. The Gamecocks just finished their SEC schedule with a tight win over Florida, and Clemson is next week. The Chanticleers are 10-1, with the loss being to a fellow I-AA team that is 10-2. Don't expect a blowout here.
Chattanooga at Alabama, 2:00 pm ET, PPV/ESPN3
Just some pre-Iron Bowl cannon fodder to simulate the bye week that Auburn is getting this weekend.
Georgia Southern at Florida, 2:00 pm ET, PPV/ESPN3
If this doesn't snap the Gators' losing streak...
Texas A&M at LSU, 3:30 pm ET, CBS
Plenty is on the line here in terms of bowl positioning, even if neither has a chance at winning the West anymore. It's also likely one of our last chances to see Johnny Manziel do his thing, while LSU's improved offense should have a field day against A&M's awful defense.
Kentucky at Georgia, 7:00 pm ET, ESPNU
The Aaron Murray farewell tour really begins winding down this week.
Vanderbilt at Tennessee, 7:00 pm ET, ESPN2
I like ESPN's decision to put this game on the deuce in prime time. Tennessee needs to win to help Butch Jones get to the postseason in his first year. Vandy, already secured in a bowl thank you very much, can knock the Vols out of the postseason with a win. This should be a great one between these teams.